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WHAT DO YOU KNOW?

Good evening blog readers, today I'm bringing to you the second part of the topic we discussing: How much do you know?. We will be furthering in the discussion as we study a new topic entirely what do you know??
Yesterday, we talked about improving on what we know and knowing more.
Today we want to talk about what do you know that you really want to know more on.
The topic we are discussing on is seeming incomplete without mentioning on what we really need to know. How much do you know what you know?

I am not here today to deal with what is right/wrong, I am here to pick out 'what you should know'. The scripture we used earlier says 'and ye shall know the truth'.
What do you know?
Is it the truth?

The scripture mentions the truth and that's what we need to know. Anything apart from the truth is of no use because it keeps you in bondage. Only the truth makes you free!
Funny enough; 'You know to say NO'.
-You know freedom to say NO to bandage
-You know the original to say NO to the fake.

No matter how much you dwell with a fake currency it doesn't permit you know more about the genuine!

How much you know might not be relevant if we do not define what we know and what we need to know. Its how much you the truth that matters.
- Is it the truth about the business/career you know?
- Is it the truth of your ministry you operate?
- Is it the truth about your partner you know in that relationship/marriage?
- Are you true to yourself academically?
I am so keen about what you know because; the enemy doesn't use what you do not know against you, the enemy uses what you know. (we'll talk about this soonest in a post)

Permit me explain it implicitly for now:
A young man who has not dug deep into sexual sins can never be a victim of sexual related dreams. You get that??
Knowing the truth is life! Its the best. Its a complete package that you receive once and makes you free- free indeed!! (John 8:36)
I Hope this blessed you?
We'll see again tomorrow, probably this time. Have a stress relieve night.
Know the truth... Even tonight dream the truth!!
Oluwatobiloba Oshunbiyi,
CL Blogs.

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